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My World Or The World


wealthymattersOne day, Sage Narada came to Mount Kailas, a mango in his hand. Kartikeya’s eyes widened when he saw the mango; Ganesha’s mouth watered. “Who is it for?” they asked in unison. “It is for Shiva’s better son,” replied Narada, a mischievous glint in his eye.  Parvati realized what Narada was up to:  the cunning sage had taken upon himself the impossible task of making parents choose a favorite child.

All eyes turned to Shiva. “Better son? What’s that?” Shiva wondered, “Sons are sons. Some are older, some are younger. Some are taller, some are fatter. Some are stronger, some are smarter. How can one be better?”

“Here is how,” said Narada, “You create a measuring scale. He who measures better is the better son.” Shiva looked at Narada not quite understanding what was said. So Narada elaborated, “Well, creating a measuring scale is easy. You can say that my measuring scale is obedience – he who is more obedient is the better son. Or you can say that my measuring scale is money – he who makes more money is the better son. Or you can say that my measuring scale is achievement – he who can do the impossible is the better son.” Read more of this post

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Ten Characteristics Of Self-Made Billionaires


wealthymatters1. High Sensitivity and Awareness

Beyond perceived eccentricities for things like timing, color, food, fragrance or texture, a self-made billionaire’s sensitivities can be heightened to the point of distraction, isolation or even debilitation. On the positive side, they each have their own unique sensitivities and heightened awareness that can seem extrasensory: everything from design functionality and perfect pitch, obsessions over air and water quality, knowing—with certainty—when someone else is dealing with a crisis. However, what’s special about the self-made billionaire is how they find ways to leverage their sensitivities and awareness to increase performance. Read more of this post

A Small Giant


wealthymattersSo who are the businesses wealthymatters competes with ?

The screen-shot below speaks for itself :

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This is the position at the beginning of 2017. Let’s see how much further I can go this year.

BTW gawker is closing down already due to adverse judgements in lawsuits.

Service Tax And Bloggers


wealthymattersService Tax is a tax which is paid by the provider of service. Any person whose revenue from providing service (whether Consultancy/ Affiliate Sales/ Designing/ SEO or any other service) during the year is more than Rs. 10 Lakh is liable to pay service tax as per the tax rates prescribed by the govt.The govt keeps changing the service tax rate in the budget announced every year.

Sale of Ad Space is now a part of Service and Service Tax . From 1st July 2012 till 30th Sept 2014 the sale of ad space was specifically exempted from the levy of Service Tax as this was included in the negative list of services on which service tax is not applicable.However, Budget 2014 brought in an amendment and now sale of Ad Unit  attracts Service Tax . This Service Tax is applicable on all kinds of digital ads i.e. Direct Ad Sales, Google Adwords Ads, Ad Sales through Agents etc. Read more of this post

Thought For The Day


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